06-16-2011 07:53 AM
If I use the USB charger in my car to charge my Nook, I am unable to read because the Nook is "connected" to the car in the same way it is connected to a computer. This is great for listening to audiobooks that I side loaded on my nook. However, I cannot figure out how to "eject" my Nook from the car since there is no interface to right-click and eject drives like there is on a computer. I
have a 2011 Toyota Camry if that matters.
06-16-2011 12:41 PM
In my car (haven't tried this with the nook), changing the "radio" from auxiliary to something else like CD or radio causes the USB to cease to be the focus and might cause and "eject". Of course, if I remember correctly it might also cause the USB to quite providing power too so I am not sure how this would work for you (I don't have a Camry)